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lady michelle obama was there to comfort a community still in shock, and a mother in the grips of grief. >> no mother, no father, should ever have to experience this. >> reporter: pendleton, a majorette -- >> i'm hadiya -- >> reporter: -- performed in events surrounding the president's inauguration and was shot to death just a few days later. and while there were remembrances today -- >> on that day, the last thing i saw before they put her in the ambulance was her smiling, and from heaven above, i know that each day she's smiling down on all of us. >> reporter: -- there were also demands for action. >> we can put a man on the moon but we can't come together to figure this situation out. >> reporter: the funeral comes on the eve of the president's state of the union address when he plans to reiterate his push for stiffer gun laws, which includes universal background checks, a ban on assault weapons, and limits on high-capacity magazines. but this week, mr. obama acknowledged the political reality. >> there are regional differences here. and we should respect those. >> reporter: politica
it with a smile, but first lady michelle obama says her much-discussed and mildly controversial bangs were the result of a mid life crisis on her 49th birthday. in an interview with rachael ray, she joked that they won't allow her to bungee jump, and she can't buy a sports car so instead, she says, she got bangs. >>> up next here tonight, what beautiful thing is going on off the coast of california. extraordinary sight in southern california, and what it might mean. put it this way. if you've ever spotted a dolphin out on the water in the wild, you know it's really something. but it's something else entirely when dolphins are just about all you can see by the thousands. perhaps even tens of thousands of them on the surface of the water at one time. some people have witnessed just that. we get our report tonight from los angeles, and nbc's diana alvear. >> reporter: at first, there were just a few. then dozens, perhaps thousands of dolphins swimming near san diego. victor and maria morassi captured it on camera. >> it was amazing, dolphins everywhere. >> reporter: in just last month, anothe
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